A SELECTION OF SHORT FILMS FROM AROUND THE WORLD CONNECTING US TO EACHOTHER
SCREENS ON THE 25TH MARCH AT 9:30 AM AT THE CIVIC THEATRE
Directed by Jenna J. Neepin
Meet Norman Meade, one of people behind the Winnipeg Aboriginal Mixed Curling League and its annual bonspiel.
Directed by Ryan Alexander Lloyd (Ngāi Tahu)
A short film following a older man and his middle aged son. An emotional, honest and unconventional film, which explores memories and feelings of loss and hope.
Directed by Giacomo Martelli
South Pacific, present day. Fishing in a forbidden coral lagoon, a young Samoan father makes a shocking discovery. Its consequences will be determined by the struggle between his conscience and his cowardice.
Directed by Pablo Araus Lobos
During WWII, as Awanui is on high alert fearing a Japanese invasion, 16-year-old Netta falls for a Māori soldier stationed there. Rachel Morris’ story of her grandmother beautifully depicts the landscape of Far North Awanui where a tale of wartime mixed-race love takes place.
Directed by Pati Umaga
Dance is universal whatever age, race, gender or ability.
Directed by Andrew Scarano
The Gambler tells the story of Ray, a retired Rugby League player who must overcome his gambling addiction to reform himself and repair his broken marriage.